About Desert Eagle Traum
Ronald (Desert Eagle Traum) Murchison, born in Baltimore M.D. started off in 1994 as BlackFriday. Young and eager, we teamed up with Tony Twice in “94” under twice productions. We put together three(3) albums for the streets which sold more than Five thousand copies a piece. During the time of selling all these records, we weren’t getting paid any money from album sales, which then started to paint a picture. We stayed under Twice Productions, doing multiple shows from “West Fest” to “Summer Fest”. We opened for “Outkast” in 1997 at Club Tunnel, which gave us a good name in the city for opening acts at the time. We then went on to doing interviews with magazine companies, such as The Source for the Unsigned Hype and promoting ourselves with Major Record Labels. By the time of 1999, we had magazine interviews, uncountable shows, and 5 albums recorded and done. We was then introduced to Darian (Diggie Die) Curry, Owner of Liquor House Records, which was based in Charlotte NC at that time. Diggie Die than started to shop our (BlackFriday) music along with his artist. It was June of 1999 when Diggie ran into Sean (Puff) Combs, who liked our music. Puff then charged Diggie a thousand dollars to reserve a contract while Die and Twice worked out an agreement between the 20% management agreement that we (BlackFriday) agreed to in 1996 under twice productions. Later that year, we got word that we was on the verge of losing the deal due to negotiations produced by Tony Twice. By the beginning of the year 2000, we (BlackFriday) was back the starting point. Deal had gone sour due to bad management and us signing contracts that we really should not of. We then was released from under Twice Production and ended up signing another management deal with Liquor House Records later that year. We went back to opening shows for Major Colleges throughout North Carolina and openings for Major Acts as well. It was later that year when the tragedy happened again, Liquor House Records was raided by the police due to one of its members affiliation with a drug traffican ring. The Label was then moved to Atlanta Georgia unannounced, which left us out in the open with no contact numbers or addresses to contact anyone. Those contracts stayed in effect until June 2006. Afterwards, we began our on Indie Label called, Dundeal Ent, a production company, and a unit roster of some of the best unsigned talent around. I call them the Trauma U.N.I.T. Tha Kingz ultimately became a unstoppable rap duo in the Charlotte Metro area. We are producers, Managers of young artist, label owners, and songwriting and arranging. We have our own studio now as well called Trauma UNIT Studios. We continue to hustle our music today. In 2007, We dropped the hood single (Im So Gansta) which went on to move over 15,000 units between Charlotte NC and Baltimore MD, being that Desert Eagle Traum was from Baltimore MD. We then released locally, Tha Alpha Album, A solo album by Desert Eagle Traum in the summer of 2008 which sold almost 20,000 units underground. We are now currently working on production for other albums, as well as promoting ourselves to the labels now. We got a feeling that this is our year. Check us out at www.myspace.com/kingzofcharlotte
where we got over 1.5million spins in our first year of being on the network.
Thanks. Tha Kingz (KingzOfCharlotte)
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